Jaylib Reissue In Stores Today

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Dilla and Madlib Fans Rejoice!!

If you missed it the first time around, Stones Throw Records has reissued the seminal album Champion Sound by beat gods J Dilla and Madlib.

Lover's of real hip-hop need to go out and support this album!! Of course, with a reissue, there are additions and bonus tracks involved that should make it better the second time around.

check out the tracklisting here.

Any and all Jaylib fans, please chime in and let us know what you think about the reissue if you have it, or what impact the original had on you when it first dropped.---Jonathan Cunningham

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